Wednesday, February 27, 2008

NEWSPAPER SOURCE: Find Newspaper Articles and Transcripts for TV News Programs

Newspaper Source is one of the best kept secrets to finding news information in full text without asking Google or any other search engine. Once logged in, keywords, source names, titles and authors can be used to find the desired news story.

To Access Newspaper Source:

1. From the Library Blog Choose - Find CW Article Databases
2. Select - Newspapers
3. Choose - Newspaper Source
4. Log In
5. Use simple key words in all search bars to identify a news story of interest
6. Click the blue linked titles to view the full records
7. Print the HTML or PDF link provided, send to RefWorks, Save to a Drive or your My Ebsco Host Account.

Please contact the College Librarian with any questions at extension 281

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Introducing DIRLINE

DIRLINE is the Directory of Information Resources Online. It is a database with over 8,000 records relevant to health and biomedicine, brought to you by the National Library of Medicine.
The database can be searched by disease, condition or medical subject heading (MESH).
The title link above links to the DIRLINE database.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Get Your College Identification Card

Students, Faculty and Staff:

We have a new camera in place this afternoon, Monday, February 11, 2008. If you've applied for a College identification card, please come sit for your picture to complete your application. If you'd like to apply, please stop by the Library. If you request same-day service, we can print an ID card immediately or before the end of the day. The application, sitting, and processing time should take 8 minutes.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Career and Tech Books Relocated

The career and technology books have been moved to the center of the front reading area in the Library. The bookshelf has two group sized tables on either side. The shelf has been positioned this way to promote reading and immediate borrowing of books related to job hunting and career development. In addition, books on technology to include web editing and program management will be more readily available.

Friday, February 1, 2008

American Library Association Code of Ethics

The ALA Code of Ethics, respected by all college and university librarians, was updated in the past few weeks. The title above links directly to the document.